On a lighter note

Published: July 5, 2013 at 1:30pm

Malta Taghna Lkoll


19 Comments Comment

  1. Ta' sapienza says:

    Hilarious, it’s uncanny.

  2. Niki B says:

    Have a look at he pose in the picture on today’s front page of The Independent.

  3. Futur mill-aghar says:

    There’s nothing ‘light’ about these two.

  4. christopher says:

    Lighter? Il-kelma iggib hekk, ghax nahseb fihom nofs tunellata bejnithom.

  5. Alexander Ball says:

    Why did you post two identical pictures?

  6. Dickens says:

    This is hilarious. Can’t stop laughing.

  7. ciccio says:

    Well, we know that the originals are the ones in the second photo. The ones in the top photo are just a fake.

  8. botom says:

    Both the PM and Minister Mallia are getting bigger and bigger.

    It may well be over-indulgence in food and drink which are both widely used as coping mechanism when one is stressed and out of his depth.

    Surely Minister Mallia can afford a new suit which fits him rather than struggling with his hands to keep his jacket closed.

    • Tabatha White says:

      They’ll soon be donning tents with enough space to waddle around a couple of jerry cans each.

      Don’t they know how to say no?

      They both look equally tarnished and forlorn.

  9. Josette says:

    They are making such an effort to look suitably solemn for the occasion. And they do share a number of characteristics – two balding, short, fat, squat individuals who couldn’t care less about the suffering of others.

    By the way, is Minister Mallia trying to channel Napoleon? He appears to be going for the hand in jacket pose.

  10. H.P. Baxxter says:

    I think we should set Mallia as a floating buoy 14 miles out. His stern, Blut und Eisen face will be sure to scare away any would-be illegal immigrants.

  11. Neil says:

    Mallia’s face – so stern. So serious. Gravitas personified.

    Jeeezzuss the man is awful to look at. I mean truly grotesque.

  12. Harry Purdie says:

    Escapees from the Teletubbies?

  13. edgar says:

    Soon it shall have to be a wide-angle lens to get the two of them in one picture.

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